New Publication by Galen Joseph, "Integration of stakeholder engagement from development to dissemination in genomic medicine research: Approaches and outcomes from the CSER Consortium"

By Galen Joseph on March 03, 2022
Important new publication by HumSci faculty Galen Joseph (@GalenJoseph1) and team on forging collaborations with and diversifying patient/community stakeholders in genomic research.  

Kelly Knight, PhD, and colleagues published in the Journal of Social Distress and Homelessness

By Kelly Knight on February 08, 2022
Barriers and facilitators to resolving older adult homelessness through stays with family: qualitative findings from the HOPE HOME study

Science and Socialism in Cuba

By Naomi Schoenfeld on January 11, 2022
Please check out this very interesting podcast from Cal's Matrix with Clare Ibarra (PhD Candidate in History at Berkeley) and Naomi Schoenfeld, PhD (recent graduate of the UCSF-UCB Medical anthropology program) who study socialist science/medicine in Cuba.

Border Hacker by Levi Vonk

December 03, 2021
Congratulations to med anthro graduate Levi Vonk (@VonkLevi) for his recent Fulbright-DDRA grant and his first book Border Hacker, following the journey of an undocumented migrant hacker, to be published in 2022 by @BoldTypeBooks! .

Mark Honigsbaum, PhD to present lecture, "California's Forgotten Microbe Hunter"

November 14, 2014
The UCSF Archive & Special Collections Lecture Series will host Mark Honigsbaum, PhD next month as he presents his work on the microbiologist and disease ecologist Karl Friedrich Meyer. Dr. Honigsbaum is a medical historian and journalist currently working as a Wellcome Research Fellow at Queen...

Claire Wendland, MD, PhD to usher in this year's Culpeper Seminar Series

September 11, 2014
This year's Culpeper Seminar Series will begin Tuesday, October 7 from 3:30 - 5:00 pm at Laurel Heights campus in Conference Room 474. Dr. Claire Wendland, Associate Professor in the Departments of Anthropology, Obstetrics & Gynecology, and Medical History and Bioethics at the University of...

Japan’s Metabolic Syndrome Screening Program: Japanese and U.S. Approaches to Obesity and Population Health

April 01, 2014
We are delighted to announce our newly added lecture on April 9th, 2014 from 3:30 – 5:00 pm at Laurel Heights in Conference Room 474. Amy Borovoy, Associate Professor in the Department of East Asian Studies, Princeton University, will talk about “Japan’s Metabolic Syndrome Screening Program:...

DAHSM adopts Jacob Bigelow's "American Medical Botany"

February 25, 2014
The following post was written by Sara Robertson, PhD student, History of Health Sciences, UCSF.

Painful Medicine: Treating Addiction in a Time of War

January 18, 2014
The next Culpeper Seminar Series lecture is next Wednesday, January 22, 2014 from 3:30 – 5:00 pm in the Laurel Heights Conference Room 474.